Royal Highland Show adds exclusive items to its official merchandise to mark its bicentenary year
Visitors to this year’s Royal Highland Show, (23rd – 26th June) can dress the part in official Royal Highland Show merchandise designed exclusively for the show’s bicentenary. The fun, yet beautiful textile design was created exclusively for the Royal Highland Show by Scottish-born Karen Mabon whose luxury designs can be found in high end stores including Anthropologie. The range includes exquisite cotton pyjamas and silk scarves can be pre-ordered from royalhighlandshow.org or available to buy on the showground during the show. Royal Highland Show’s marketing manager, Amy Briggs said: “These are truly beautiful designs that will be fun mementos for Royal Highland Show and animal lovers alike. The designs bring together everything we love about the show including farmyard animals, winners’ rosettes and of course tractors! In addition to the pyjamas and scarves, the Royal Highland Show has curated a range of other high-quality items for sale to commemorate the bicentenary year including t-shirts and hoodies, and historical show posters all designed to offer the showgoer something special to bring home from the Show and to celebrate everything that rural life has to offer.